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Hello, I'm Max Glenister — a front-end developer based in Oxford.

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I'm Max Glenister – A Front-end developer from Oxford with a particular enthusiasm for writing accessible, standards-compliant front-end code.

I'm currently working as Lead Front-end developer in a small team to build a mostly Django-based application at 2degrees. Day to day I use Sass along with SMACSS/DRY methodologies to deliver the front-end for a platform that serves 40,000 visitors/month across devices from feature phones through to big-screen televisions and everything in between.

In 2012 my wife and I founded a web design company, Marmalade & Jam. We deliver high-quality bespoke websites for local businesses.

My interests revolve around keeping up with new technologies and development trends. I actively blog about technology, and have organised a handful of hack-days in Oxford with a sustainability theme.

I founded Dingoonity in 2009, an online community centered around a Chinese portable games console called the Dingoo A320, and the development of software for the Dingoo A320. Today Dingoonity averages 60,000 visitors/month.

Additionally, whenever find myself with some "free time", I dabble in high-level microcontroller development, working with Arduino and Raspberry Pi along with Javascript to make LEDs blink and to connect APIs to the physical world.

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